Chinese tycoon orders 30 Rolls Royces

One of the Bespoke Extended Wheelbase Phantoms as ordered by Stephen Hung.
Source: Rolls-Royce

Stephen Hung is going to need a big garage.

The luxury hotel entrepreneur, who owns the Louis XIII hotel in Macau, ordered a fleet of 30 Rolls-Royce Phantoms, the largest single order ever for the luxury car, according to the company.

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Hung will use his 30 Bespoke Extended-Wheelbase Phantoms to chauffeur guests of the hotel back and forth to their destinations.

Neither company would give the price for the order, but Bespoke Extended-Wheelbase Phantoms typically start at around $475,000. However, the order also includes the two most expensive Rolls-Royce Phantoms ever commissioned, complete with gold-plated accents on the inside and out.

The other cars include several custom elements and "bespoke clocks designed and created by Graff Luxury Watches," according to Rolls-Royce.

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"The Louis XIII fleet of Phantoms promises to be one of most impressive sights ever seen in Macau when they arrive at the Louis XIII hotel in 2016," said Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

And don't worry about parking spaces. Rolls-Royce helped design the parking and driveways to house the cars, and will provide training for the chauffeurs and valets.

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